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Went to this place several times during my stay and loved its fresh breads, juices, sandwiches, soups and pastries. One of the best pastel da natas we tried. Each location is slightly different, but all have lots of room to enjoy your lunch or a...More
A decent place for a quick snack. An assortment of fresh breads, cakes and sandwiches. There's also good value meal deals available. Plenty of seating. I did notice that it appears a hangout for people to just come in (perhaps order a solitary mouthful of...More
I find that most bakeries in Lisbon have too many sweet and ultra sweet things for my taste. This bakery gets it just right with a mix of breads, sweets, and cakes. I loved their bread roll with salami in it (basically a rolled up...More
Ate at the one across from Eden Teatro - busy place around lunch time - quality food - was not aware that this was a chain. You have to take a ticket as soon as you enter and was not aware of that so lost...More
A Padaria Portuguesa is evidently a chain of very good Portuguese delis. The one we frequented, on Rua Rodrigo de Fonseca in the Campolide district, had excellent pastries, salads, sandwiches, and soup. It was always busy, usually filled with locals, and it was a reliable...More
We went to three different restaurants of this chain in Lisbon. They have tasty and fresh food and natural fruit juices at good prices, however this is the only positive aspect.
The first issue is that they only accept cash (they have card terminals, but...More
As you can probably hnderstanunderstand from the reviews, this chain is primairily a bakery. I don’t remember any specific reference to GF in many restaurants or cafes in Portugal generally and certainly not... More
As you can probably hnderstanunderstand from the reviews, this chain is primairily a bakery. I don’t remember any specific reference to GF in many restaurants or cafes in Portugal generally and certainly not in this establishment.
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